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Rose Previte, of Michelin-starred restaurant Maydan, releases her first cookbook.

Rose Previte, the multifaceted entrepreneur-restaurateur-designer-author, has etched her name into the culinary landscape, creating a symphony of flavors that transcends borders. And now, a cookbook that brings her flavors into your home. Her journey, rooted in the heart of Ohio, burgeoned into a vibrant tapestry of global cuisines, entrepreneurial ventures, and a commitment to community engagement.

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Glenstone Gallery’s “Iconoclasts” Remixes the Museum’s Collection to Offer A Fresh Perspective

Glenstone Museum has a large collection that’s constantly in flux. Works are loaned out or given away at a steady clip, and they can be spotted in museums globally, like […]

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Gustavo Ott Takes the Stage as GALA Hispanic Theatre’s New Artistic Director

Gustavo Ott has been named the next producing artistic director of GALA Hispanic Theatre. The announcement from the theater’s board of directors decision comes nearly six months after the death […]

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“ELEVATION” by Vian Borchert, Presented at The Framer’s Choice Gallery

ELEVATION: A Journey Through Art and Consciousness Art enthusiasts, get ready to embark on a captivating journey through color, theme, and emotion as Vian Borchert unveils her latest solo exhibition, “ELEVATION.” Presented at The Framer’s Choice Gallery in Gaithersburg, Maryland, this exhibition promises to be a feast for the senses. Whether you’re able to attend […]

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Pazo Fine Art announces new gallery director

Pazo Fine Art is pleased to announce the appointment of Mandy L. Cooper as the new Gallery Director. The appointment marks the gallery’s ongoing expansion in its vision to work with emerging and mid-career artists and the presentation of Post-War art. Cooper will work alongside the gallery’s founder, Luis Pazo, to strengthen the gallery’s network… Continue reading Pazo Fine Art Announces New Gallery Director, Mandy L. Cooper

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Call for Proposals at the Stamp Gallery: Artist in Residence Exhibition

The Stamp Gallery at the University of Maryland, College Park, is seeking proposals for one artist-in-residence exhibition project which will develop in the Gallery over the course of five weeks beginning in March 2024. The AiR program is designed to give the University of Maryland community, as well as the Capital Region Arts community, opportunities… Continue reading Stamp Gallery Call for Proposals: Artist in Residence Exhibition

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The Free Party Series at the National Gallery of Art returns this fall and expands to the outdoor plaza.

The popular National Gallery Nights fall program will celebrate 50 years of hip-hop and the museum’s new Indigenous art exhibit.
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“Pulling Together”: Art and Inclusivity on the National Mall

The “Pulling Together” exhibit opening Aug. 18 is meant to challenge the concept of a U.S. monument and asks, “What stories remain untold on the National Mall?”
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ADIFF, the annual DC Black Independent Film Fest, returns this weekend.

When Diarah N’Daw-Spech and her husband, Reinaldo Barroso-Spech, arrived at Columbia University from Paris in the mid ’80s, they devoured film after film to familiarize themselves with American culture. Through this process, the couple quickly found that there weren’t a lot of  films that conscientiously represented Black people. “I found most of these [movies] very […]
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